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Sounds good, looking forward to see the pictures. thumb.gif
Do you mind testing your card with Furmark for 5-10min and post a screenshot of hwinfo?

Sure, I disassembled the card again and refitted the zipties better, the performance is pretty good, the look sucks tho but well.. its a black noiseless case where you usually dont look into so I dont mind it for now but I wil make a new bracket in some time.

Also I noticed that while using furmark the load dropped to min. specs sometimes but there is no reason to do so, at all but playing games works smooth, very strange.



Will upload the pics of the card if you like but its really ugly, just zipties all over the place biggrin.gif.
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Results after 30min Furmark:



115°C rolleyes.gif i know this is still acceptable, still it somehow worries me.

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Will upload the pics of the card if you like but its really ugly, just zipties all over the place biggrin.gif.

Sure, go ahead. My sawed retail frame / backplate isn't the best solution either, but as long as it is working, i won't care. tongue.gif
Edited by Powergate - 7/9/16 at 10:37am
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@Powergate I know this may not be the most attractive solution to your problems, but I've had great results using the aluminum heatsinks with thermal glue. Never reach above 70c
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115C is close to the max tolerance. It's teribad for my standards

And dont do furmark !
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Mine wont go more than 1375mhz core with 1150mV. ASIC quality is 78,3%. I put universal waterblock with original VRM/VRAM heatplate. Didn't need any modifications. The block is a bit rotated though, could be fixed by filing 2mm off of one end of the waterblock bracket. Next week I will try to add second card. Value is pretty great though, because these were sold as 4Gb models.
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Mine wont go more than 1375mhz core with 1150mV. ASIC quality is 78,3%. I put universal waterblock with original VRM/VRAM heatplate. Didn't need any modifications. The block is a bit rotated though, could be fixed by filing 2mm off of one end of the waterblock bracket. Next week I will try to add second card. Value is pretty great though, because these were sold as 4Gb models.
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VRMs are a bit hot tho... try Fujipoly thermal pads if you can ...
also the memory frequency seems low rolleyes.gif push for more if its possible biggrin.gif
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VRMs are a bit hot tho... try Fujipoly thermal pads if you can ...
also the memory frequency seems low rolleyes.gif push for more if its possible biggrin.gif
I get a lot of memory errors on HWInfo if I go any higher. Like 2 million during Firestrike if i go 2200mhz+. I have some errors even now. Haven't noticed any instability though, but stock clocks give 0 errors. Thoughts?

My VRMs get hot because they're almost passively cooled. My case has a side fan running 800rpm but it misses the VRMs by a centimeter. redface.gif
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I get a lot of memory errors on HWInfo if I go any higher. Like 2 million during Firestrike if i go 2200mhz+. I have some errors even now. Haven't noticed any instability though, but stock clocks give 0 errors. Thoughts?

My VRMs get hot because they're almost passively cooled. My case has a side fan running 800rpm but it misses the VRMs by a centimeter. redface.gif

Since the latest drivers my card doesn't like anything over 2200 either. Must have something to do with the power shift. Not sure.
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@Powergate I know this may not be the most attractive solution to your problems, but I've had great results using the aluminum heatsinks with thermal glue. Never reach above 70c

I will try this as well, just found some old copper bga heatsinks with size of 20x20x15, they fit perfectly on the VRM.

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I will try this as well, just found some old copper bga heatsinks with size of 20x20x15, they fit perfectly on the VRM.


Nice, those should help tremendously.
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